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The Problem Isn't Signing Statements; It's Enforcing the Laws

August 14, 2006By Don Wolfensberger,Roll Call Contributing Writer

Czar Speaker Is Vindicated on Overthrow Ruling

When the House of Representatives removed Speaker Joe Cannon as chairman of the Rules Committee in 1910, it did so by overturning his ruling that changing House rules from the floor is not a constitutional right. Before Cannon left office in 1911, the House reversed itself, perhaps in part because Democrats would be in the majority two months later. The tale is a cautionary one for Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid who recently changed Senate filibuster rules.

Congressional Oversight: Rules of the Road Less Traveled

Remarks by Donald R. Wolfensberger before the CRS Staff Oversight Workshop, United States House of Representatives, October 28, 2004

A Better Way to Fund the Government on Time

Congress will not celebrate fiscal new year’s eve Sept. 30. That’s because: (a) it will not be in town; and (b) it will have nothing to celebrate.

Rules Panel Sends Half-Baked Ethics Idea Back to Kitchen

March 3, 2008 By Don Wolfensberger,Roll Call Contributing Writer

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